In line with GRP’s role as a curator of resilience evidence and lessons from and beyond its
own programming and managed investments, this case study explores the design of GRP
partner resilience programs and the elements that contributed to their success (or otherwise).
We assess the relative advantages and disadvantages of using different program designs,
and attempt to identify key aspects for resilience programming. Where possible, we have
distilled lessons that may be replicable across contexts, and made recommendations for
future resilience programming. The case study is intended to be useful to those funding,
designing, and implementing resilience programs
Murphy, Ben; Hepworth, Catrin; Verkaart, Simone
Global Resilience Partnership
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